After a long, long time, I've decided to update and release a new version of my TTY-Opener distro. Here's a description:
TTY-Opener is a distro with a text-based interface specifically for the I-Opener's 16 meg Sandisk. Based on the ttylinux distro, plus a Linux 2.4.x kernel and other goodies. TTY-Opener is designed to be a emergency backup OS to help you restore or change the main OS on your hacked I-Opener's hard drive. TTY-Opener has enough functionality to be used as the primary distro as well. A regular ext2 filesystem and lotsa room left on the Sandisk make it easy to customize for your own uses.
Since the only thing I really use my I-opener for anymore is the odd time I need a serial console, I prefer to just boot TTY-Opener off the sandisk, it's much faster than the Debian Woody distro on the hard drive. The distro was getting a bit old, so I updated some the kernel and resynced with TTY-Linux. Should be good for another 3 years. :)